Chelsea manager, GuusHiddink has stated that Eden Hazard will remain at the club next season amidst interest from various European clubs.

The Dutch manager said that Hazard is an important player for the club and that he will be counting on him for next season.

Eden Hazard, who won the PFA Player of the Year award last season has failed to perform at his best level this season and has only managed to score after 29 games this season.

GuusHiddink believes that Hazard is a good player and that he is just a bit out of form. He believes that the player will recover next season and that he will be able to challenge again for the PFA Player of the Year award.

According to Hiddink, his poor form has been caused by a combination of factors especially injuries. He believes that next season the Belgium player will be back and that he will be a valuable player for the team. He said that when he is in form, Hazard is an excellent player and is an asset to any team. He believes that his long-term future is at Chelsea and that he will be there next season.

However, it will all depend on Antonio Conte who will take over at Chelsea next season. If rumors are true that Hazard played a role in getting Mourinho sacked, then it is very unlikely for Antonio Conte to accept this kind of personality in the team. We will have to wait after the Euros when Conte officially takes charge of the team to get a better view of the situation.

There have been various media reports that both Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid might be interested in Hazard, but the Belgium international has always stated that he would want to stay at Chelsea.